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iPhones are a great way for us to be constantly connected to our inboxes, and we want the tool that will help us do that. We have found while there are better tools than other, it is really a matter of preference. It is good to experiment with different cell phones apps to find the one that works most efficiently for your needs. Here is a list of the 3 best iPhone email apps out there.


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3 Best iPhone Email Apps


iPriorityMail


3 Best iPhone Email Apps - iPriorityMail

This app connects Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and your email account into one system, so that when anything is updated you will get a pop up and chime on your phone. This is a very user friendly app that anyone can learns to use, but lacks some of the nuances more advance users may want to access. It is a powerful management app that gets the job done, and it allows you to access important emails instantly.

One of the best features of this app is that it is compatible with pretty much any email account. You can also customize notifications by sounds, so you know who an email is from without even looking.


Sparrow


3 Best iPhone Email Apps - Sparrow

This app is not compatible with Microsoft Exchange email accounts and POP account, but works great with everything else for the cheap cost of $2.99 at the App Store. It is much more aesthetically please than iPhone's core email app. The visual is divided into three windows; one is your email accounts, the second list the details of whichever email account you select (Sent Mail, Drafts, Trash), and the third is your Inbox. It has easy access to long threaded email, but it does not have push notifications. My favorite feature is the easy ability to attach photos to email, which can be done by pressing a simple clip icon.


Gmail App


3 Best iPhone Email Apps - Gmail App

This is the most used emailing app in all mobile devices, and it only has one really big downfall. You can't sign in with other email account with it, which limits the usability of the app. Google wants to promote their brand, I get that, but I still need to access my school and work email accounts. The best part of this app is the ability to sort through old emails with ease on the iPhone. No other email App I tested out was able to match the search capability, which is why I still use the Gmail App.

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